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Venue

IGRC2014 will be held in the newly opened state-of-the-art
Tivoli Congress Center (TCC). See on map

TCC is designed by the world famous architect Kim Utzon and opened in
2010. TCC is located in the heart of Copenhagen within walking distance of
Tivoli Gardens, Town Hall Square, the pedestrian shopping streets and the waterfront.

The congress and conference center has a capacity to accommodate 4,000
people, while the two nearby hotels with a total of 900 rooms will
provide the very latest in modern conveniences and comfort. All IGRC sessions and exhibition activities will take place in Tivoli Congress Center.

Tivoli Congress Centre

Copenhagen

Copenhagen is the capital of Denmark with some 1.2 mio. inhabitants.
It is a relaxed, vibrant, safe city - easy to navigate on foot, bicycle or metro,
with lots of interesting sights, restaurants and hotels in all categories.

Copenhagen is easy to reach with numerous international flights going to
Kastrup, the international airport in the immediate vicinity of the city.

More than 700 restaurants in Copenhagen use gas for cooking.
Find more details on Copenhagen on: www.visitcopenhagen.com

Copenhagen has been named European Green Capital 2014 - a title bestowed upon a city with well-established record of achieving high environmental standards, is comitted to meeting ambitous goals, and acts as a role model to other cities. And according to a new report from the Global Business Travel Association, green credentials are a major attribute.

Copenhagen is renowned internationally as a leading city when it comes to holding sustainable meetings and conferences. Recently, the city hosted the majority of meetings related to the world's first eco-certified European Union presidency.
Copenhagen




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